Finding a cure

 

Journal photo by Maryann Mook

Mark Neidig, executive director of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation speaks to members of the Zonta Club of the Corry Area Tuesday at the Smith Education Center. Neidig gave updates from a laboratory in Houston, Texas, on the Foundation’s research to find a non-invasive cure for cancer through the use of radio waves. He also spoke about the National Institute for Health in Bethesda, Md., that awarded the Foundation a grant of $2.5 million over five years. Neidig said the NIH gave a “raving report on the research” of the Foundation through its funding. “We’re making tremendous progress in programs that are continuations of the research that has been going on the past four years,” Neidig said.

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